Cook calls last orders at Post Office

Royal Mail today announced that Alan Cook, managing director of Post Office, will retire in May after more than four years at the helm of the company. Under Cook’s leadership Post Office Ltd has become one of the fastest growing providers of financial services in the UK with more than

2.2m customers and has driven forward new business opportunities for

Post Office branches including the introduction of new biometric

recognition technology.

Cook said: “I’m delighted to have been given the opportunity over the past four years to help build a sustainable future for Post Office Ltd and I’m honoured to have worked for an organisation which plays such an important role every day in communities around the UK.”

Royal Mail said a successor to Cook will be announced in due course.

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